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Welcome to TCI SAFE™, where you'll find updated information on how to safely travel to the Turks and Caicos Islands.

Visit the Turks and Caicos Island is simple and even easier:

the TCI Government only requires all visitors 18 years old and older to show proof of vaccination (to airline and TCI officials).

Negative Covid-19 test and Insurance are no longer required.
Pre-travel authorisation is no longer required (no TCI ASSURED portal)


An Emergency Travel Insurance that includes provisions for quarantine costs is still strongly recommended. Many countries, such as US and Canada, still require a negative COVID test for pre-arrival. In case of a positive test result, the cost of a quarantine period and other medical costs are responsibility of the traveler.

Enjoy your holidays



"Fully vaccinated" means:

  • 14 days after receiving the second dose of any World Health Organization (WHO) approved vaccine course;
  • 14 days after the first dose if a single dose course, such as Janssen/Johnson & Johnson vaccine.

WHO approved vaccines

  • Moderna (mRNA-1273) - Spikevax
  • Pfizer/BioNTech (BNT162b2) - Comirnaty
  • Janssen/Johnson & Johnson (Ad26.COV2.S)
  • AstraZeneca (AZD1222) - Vaxzevria
  • Covishield (AstraZeneca)
  • Novavax (NVX-CoV2373) (includes COVOVAX)
  • Covaxin
  • Sinopharm Vero Cells (BBiBP-CorV)
  • Sinovac CoronaVac

Proof of Vaccination

  • e-certificate/digital certificates e.g. CVS, Walgreens, NHS
  • certification by Doctor or Government Entity
  • vaccination cards/certificates accepted by national authorities: e.g. EU, US, UK (i.e. CDC, NHS)
  • vaccination letter signed by a medical professional (physician or registered nurse) on official letterhead with contact details (including license number, details of the two doses, including date, country and vaccine you received)
  • Authorized Government Entity or printed record from an electronic vaccination database.


If medical reasons prevents you from taking a COVID-19 vaccine, you will have to submit to a written and signed proof from a medical professional stating your exemption 2 weeks prior to travel.